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Athlete’s Foot

Putting Your Summer Shoes Away?

September 17, 2015

If you haven’t yet, that moment is coming. Whether it’s cold weather, rain and wetness, or dusty or moldy leaves, open-toed shoes aren’t going to be a good idea much longer. While it’s normal to just throw them in the back of the closet until next year, it’s not ideal. A little care will help […]

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Has summer taken a toll on your feet? Rough cement at the bottom of pools and around them. Running around barefoot, in flip flops, or in sandals. Your heels might be getting dry, your nails chipped. Even with a weekly pedicure, you could be doing a smidge of prevention that goes a long way to […]

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Puddles, mud, soft ground. If you’ve been getting lots of rain, you’ve probably walked through at least a couple of these—and soaked your shoes. If you were able to get your shoes dried out soon after—you might still have some residual odor. If you couldn’t get somewhere to get your shoes off and dry? You […]

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What’s more romanticized about summer than running around barefoot? At the beach, through a meadow, squishing lake mud, feeling hot sand… But that image tarnishes quickly if you haven’t taken good care of your feet, and even if you have, running around barefoot will tear them up pretty quickly! So here’s our guide to healthy […]

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Don’t Bring Gym Germs Home

February 9, 2015

Gyms are hot and moist (whether it’s from a pool or dedicated athletes)—the perfect place for yeast to grow. But it’s not just yeast—all that exposed skin means that gyms are also a good place to pick up MRSA. Don’t dismiss it as just the nightmares of germaphobes—the things that grow in gyms can infect […]

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